State Representative

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Wayne Scott

Occupation: Business Owner; State Representative

Occupational Background: Business Owner, 1970-present

Educational Background: Portland State University; Clackamas Community College; Graduate of Canby Grade and High Schools

Prior Governmental Experience: House Majority Leader, 2003-present; State Representative, 2003-present; Chairman, House Budget Committee (2005); Member, House Education, PERS Reform, and Revenue Committees (2003); Former Chairman, Canby Elementary School Board and High School Board; U.S. Navy, 1966-1970, Vietnam Veteran

Community Service: Canby Rotary; Canby Kids; Canby Chamber of Commerce; Oregon City Chamber of Commerce

Personal: Married to Marlene for 39 years; 3 children; 4 grandchildren


As your state representative, I've worked hard to be responsive to your needs and concerns. I'm proud of our accomplishments together and I hope to continue representing you in Salem. During the next two years, I will keep working to reduce your tax burden, stabilize education funding, and eliminate government red tape. Please don't hesitate to call me at (503) 266-7589 or e-mail me at wayne@waynescott.org with your questions or ideas. I appreciate your support and would be honored by your vote! -Wayne


"Public safety is a top priority for Wayne Scott. He understands the needs of our law enforcement agencies and works to make sure we have the resources necessary to fight crime."
John Foote, Clackamas County District Attorney

"I've known Wayne for over 50 years and I served with him on the School Board. Wayne cares deeply about our local schools and understands the challenges facing schools today. He also knows that taxpayers want schools to be accountable for their spending."
Roger Reif, Former Canby School Board member

"We need lawmakers who respect the sanctity of life and will protect traditional families. Thankfully, Wayne Scott is one of those lawmakers."
Pastor Lee Wiegand

(This information furnished by Friends of Wayne Scott.)

Elections Division, Oregon Secretary of State • 136 State Capitol • Salem, OR 97310-0722